Speaking of, Blinkís compound guards were told to memorize the faces of the dudes in the band because they didnít want to have to wear or show passes. Thatís a cool perk of being in a 3 piece that Iíve not experimented with yet (side note, Travis wasnít there, which prompted us to consider that heís far and away the most famous of those dudes. Can you think of any other band in the history of the world where the [non singing] drummer is the most famous guy in the band? Thatís just weird).
Go Radio is doing a camp invasion at Camp Indian Springs to kick off the new Rock Band Camp music program. The band will be teaching the campers theirs skills as musicians. More info is in the replies.
so i was thinking about some of our past features (ones that stuck with me): jay-z, brendon urie, john mayer (guitar), debbie harry, lil wayne, and elvis costello Ö the features that we have on save rock and roll will be just as diverse- we are fans of all different kinds of music and the features will reflect that. if anything we have gone fartherÖ.
BandPage has launched "Experiences," a new service that allows fans to buy music, concert tickets, lessons, face time, and other unique "experiences" from some of their favorite artists.
For $150, users can guarantee five minutes and a photo with George Clinton. A 30-minute guitar lesson with Black Label Society founder Zakk Wylde via Skype costs $2,500. And two tickets for that side stage view of a Stars' show will set you back $100.
Rise Against will be reissuingRevolutions Per Minute on May 28th though Fat Wreck Chords to celebrate its 10th anniversary. It will include 10 bonus tracks of demos, expanded packaging and the originally recorded album.
Trevor Moore (The Whitest Kids U' Know) will release his debut album, Drunk Texts To Myself, on March 26th via Comedy Central Records. Watch his new video for "The Pope Rap (Modern Day Profit)" in the replies.
Known for his work as a member of the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know, Moore unleashes a full album of music tempered with skewered social commentary and his irreverent comedy style. Utilizing genres from rap to metal and country to dub-step, the album features songs about the perils of child pop stardom, how the founding fathers were on drugs, and how Tom Hanks is far from being the nicest guy in Hollywood.